What Practical Measures Can be Taken to Improve Policy Outcomes in Democracies?

There seems to be increasing skepticism these days about the worth of democracy. The following quote from a post by John Humphreys on the “Thoughts on Freedom” blog provides a good example of what I mean:

“Democracy has become a new faith. Simply saying the word supposedly makes an argument stronger, as though there . . . → Read More: What Practical Measures Can be Taken to Improve Policy Outcomes in Democracies?

Whose Fault Is It? Assigning Blame for Tough Times at Home

With the recent turnaround in the stock market, happy days are here again, at least for a minute. And yet, if you are very, very still, you will a hear a faint rustling in the background, like something scary sneaking up on a rabbit.

That rustling you hear is everybody sneaking around looking . . . → Read More: Whose Fault Is It? Assigning Blame for Tough Times at Home